Assembly Process Engineer- 2nd Shift

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Location

Oregon, OH 43616

Years Experience

5

Industries

Automotive - Motor Vehicles - PartsManufacturing

Description

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Assembly Process Engineer- 2nd Shift

This position reports directly to the Assembly Engineering Manager and is responsible for the following:

Job Duties:

  • Continuously improve processes utilizing synchronous and lean manufacturing techniques to improve labor efficiencies and quality.
  • Track above departmental performance objectives and any associated continuous improvement measurables within CI teams.
  • Assist in investigating customer and internal quality issues and implement corrective action plans to improve our products and processes.
  • Assist in launching new programs by developing process flows, cell layouts, component flows, estimating cycle times and labor requirements, and tracking builds prior to SOP
  • Coordinate with APQP and engineers on new program launches and component changes in efforts to implement DFMA strategies (Design for Manufacturing – Assembly). Assist in developing work guidance’s, FMEAs and control plans pertaining to initiated process changes.
  • Assist in communicating and training all CPA’s, Team Leaders, and team members on initiated process changes.
  • Implement error-proofing systems to eliminate the possibility for assembly errors.
  • Review new technologies, benchmarking them against other divisions, as well as, other manufacturing facilities to determine their relevance.
  • Preferred: Coordinate with APQP and engineers on new program launches and component changes in efforts to implement DFMA strategies (Design for Manufacturing – Assembly). Assist in developing work guidance’s, FMEAs and control plans pertaining to initiated process changes.

Requirements

  • A bachelor's degree in an Engineering Science or Technology area.
  • Exposure to DFMA, synchronous manufacturing, and ergonomics.
  • Previous experience in a manufacturing environment preferred.
  • Proficient computer skills a must (Word, Excel, Project, AutoCAD)
  • Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision and participate as a team player.
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